My Favorite 40 Bloggers For 2007 (Version 4.0)

It’s time for me to rank my favorite blogs for the 4th quarter of 2007.

Do keep in mind that as the quarter has progressed, some blogs have, of course, moved up and others have dropped, based on how often I visit them, how much I like what I see when I get there, how often the blogs are updated, etc., etc. Also, as per usual, do keep in mind that this sort of list changes frequently over time based on a variety of factors. So if a blog didn’t get included, it’s no big deal — it could be on the list next time. Let me also add that there are some very good blogs that I read almost daily, that didn’t make the list.

Here’s the list:

Honorable Mentions: Alarming News, Bluey Blog, The Daily Gut, Debbie Schlussel, Dr. Melissa Clouthier, Dr. Helen, Riehl World View, Scrappleface

40) Rightwingsparkle
39) Knowledge Is Power
38) The American Princess
37) Atlas Shrugs
36) Jihad Watch
35) Confederate Yankee
34) Liberty Pundit
33) BitsBlog
32) The Nose on Your Face
31) Blogs for Bush
30) Polipundit
29) Althouse
28) Don Surber
27) The Jawa Report
26) Sister Toldjah
25) Mary Katharine Ham’s Blog
24) Power Line
23) Ankle Biting Pundits
22) Five Feet of Fury
21) The Sundries Shack
20) The Radio Equalizer
19) Wizbang
18) Say Anything
17) Q&O Blog
16) Captain’s Quarters
15) Tim Blair
14) Hugh Hewitt
13) RedState
12) Kausfiles
11) Betsy’s Page
10) IMAO
9) The Campaign Spot
8) Rachel Lucas
7) Little Green Footballs
6) Newsbusters
5) Instapundit
4) Michelle Malkin
3) Ace Of Spades HQ
2) The Corner
1) Hot Air

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